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    Default Do owners of granite kitchen countertops really seal them twice a year?

    Do owners of granite kitchen countertops really seal them twice a year? Isn't that a huge pain?

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    I'm still trying to grab the meaning of what you're saying.



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    The frequency of sealer application depends a lot on the stone being used. As the countertop is used (and cleaned) over the course of a year, the silica particles are removed... this is why you need to re-seal every year. The process for applying sealer is very simple:
    1. Clear all items from the countertop.
    2. Clean the surface to remove debris and residue.
    3. Shake the bottle of sealer to emulsify the silica particles.
    4. Apply a heavy coat of sealer (large puddles on the countertop).
    5. Wait 10-15 minutes for gravity to carry the silica particles into the crevices.
    6. Wipe up the sealer with a clean, dry cloth before it dries.
    Here you can find out more about the best sealers at the market.

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    ​definitely

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    It seems to me that it all depends on what quality you bought furniture. I ordered a new kitchen here https://www.sohomod.com a year and a half. I believe that my kitchen will not require a replacement for a long time, because I bought very high-quality furniture that, with due care, can work for 10-15 years, I rather get bored than break it. I always choose furniture only from high-quality materials, I pay attention to furniture fittings, because all these screws and sliding mechanisms affect the build quality of this furniture.

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    Thanks a lot
    It is interesting for me

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    We also made a granite countertop and decorated it with beautiful engraving, thanks to the services of this company https://polarengraving.com/blog/engr...campaign-tips/

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